Once Upon A Ghost

Once Upon A Ghost

by Erin McCarthy

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BN ID: 2940158608575
Publisher: Erin McCarthy
Publication date: 01/04/2018
Series: Murder By Design , #3
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 3,567
File size: 416 KB

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Once Upon A Ghost 4.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 25 reviews.
Anonymous 10 hours ago
fun%2C+fast+paced%2C++humorous+mystery+novels
Anonymous 27 days ago
Fast passed, keeps your interest, and funny.
Anonymous 4 months ago
I am really enjoying this series. Funny characters like able ghosts and murder mysteries.
Anonymous 6 months ago
I absolutely loved the characters in this series. These books are funny and really keep you guessing. Please hurry up and write more of this series.
Anonymous 6 months ago
I love the characters.
Anonymous 6 months ago
I don't know how many times I laughed while reading this book, but it was a lot! The crimes are, well, crimes and Bailey really needs to change her job title! I loved the beginning, middle, and end. A quick read since I couldn't stop reading it. I've read 3 books so far and plan to read the fourth!
Anonymous 7 months ago
Loved all the books in this series. Hopefully there will be many more to come
Anonymous 8 months ago
Love your books!!!!!
Anonymous 9 months ago
Good read ,love characters
Anonymous 10 months ago
I read the first one, then had to finish the three immediately. I can't wait to see what else this author has to offer!
Anonymous 10 months ago
Erin McCarthy writes about a girl who sees ghosts, one of them being a smart-ass, and a murder mystery. Great quick fun summer read.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Interesting characters in a good story. The author has definitely put an entirely different spin on being a "medium". The other two books with Bailey are equally interesting and enjoyable. I would definitely purchase more stories staring Bailey and Jake. I'd definitely enjoy reading about Jake meeting Bailey's mother. Bailey has a unique way of saying what she thinks without being vulgar or crude. Her friend Alyssa is a good example of how opposites attract.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Good as the first two books of this series.I think Im gonna miss Bailey.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Read all three & looking forward to more in this series.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This was a great series of books and I would love for there to be more in the series!
Honolulubelle More than 1 year ago
Favorite Quotes: “Sammy Salami?” That couldn’t be real. None of this could be real. Maybe Marner was right and I had lost my mind. Because no one should have a nickname that referenced processed meat. I didn’t need to be insulted by a man with hair on his ears and a belly that rivaled a woman pregnant with triplets at full term. I breathed a huge sigh of relief and finished my drive home singing along to the Backstreet Boys, a guilty pleasure that brought to mind awkward middle school dances where I had been sporting braces, a denim mini-skirt and Uggs. I hadn’t been a seductress then either. She gave him a quick kiss and went back to work, giving a laugh that was throaty and mature and sexual. A laugh can sound that way, trust me. And only women over forty know how to do it. I wondered if at thirty-nine a switch would flip and I would magically understand how to be seductive, a genuine femme fatale. My Review: I giggle-snorted my way through this cleverly written and delightful amusing conclusion to the weak stomached Bailey’s ghostly murder-solving spree. With this installment, Bailey continued to receive occasional visitations from her friend Ryan but had also picked up the additional spirit of her new client who happened to be a freshly murdered rotund mobster named Cezar who had been unfortunately killed while in his swim trunks. Cezar tortured and blackmailed Bailey into helping him by loudly “caterwauling” off-key to his repertoire of pop divas like Brittany Spears until she finally caved and agreed to assist him in locating his missing body. Her romance with the stud muffin policeman, Jake Marner, was finally on track and he made for a sweet and perfect boyfriend. Jake currently resides on my list of sexy BBF. Written from the first person POV of Bailey, I greatly enjoyed her humorous inner musings and comical descriptions. Erin McCarthy has mad skills.
Cheryl-S More than 1 year ago
This is book 3 in the Murder by Design series and it features Bailey, Jake and Cezar Wozniak. Bailey and Jake are getting closer, which is fantastic! We see a sexier side of Marner, which adds a little bit of spicy angst to this book. Cezar, the ghost, is a real pain in the butt, as most of them are. There are a couple of unexpected twists and turns in this story line. This series has been full of humor, quick witted people, unrequited feelings, irritating ghosts and finally love. Bravo Erin McCarthy! I loved it!
christalvp More than 1 year ago
I thoroughly enjoyed this conclusion to McCarthy's Murder By Design Series. Bailey Burke is a spunky, likable heroine, and this book once again finds her seeing and interacting with ghosts. This book is fun, filled with quirky characters and plenty of action. This is a lighthearted cozy mystery with a touch of romance.
LoriP123 More than 1 year ago
This is the third book in Erin McCarthy's Murder by Design series. I've really enjoyed reading this series. It is filled with murder, suspense, love and humor. Bailey Burke doesn't know if her being able to see dead people the last few months is a blessing or a curse. It all started after her best friend Ryan was killed except he's been MIA lately while other ghosts have needed her help finding out what happened to them. All of this has caused her love life to come to a screeching halt since Jake Marner doesn't quite know how to process the fact that his girlfriend not only sees ghosts, but helps them find out how and why they died. I was given an ARC from the author/publisher. All conclusions are mine and mine alone.
MissMissy12 More than 1 year ago
The third and the best of the series! I feel like Bailey really comes into her own in this story and I love her progress with Marner. Nice job Erin McCarthy! I love your stories and look forward to more. I received a free copy for an honest review.
Kristaj0607 More than 1 year ago
Bailey has a very challenging past year or so. First, she loses Ryan unexpectedly but now he has been reappearing to her as a ghost trying to provide her guidance. Next, she is kidnapped by a psychopath trying to kill her because he doesn’t want to bust him for bad activities killing people. Her paranormal powers have created her to be standalone from her friends and even her kind of boyfriend Marner when she talks paranormal. Bailey has taken on a new job to stage a new old home for sale. As she is working on it she finds a body on the deck and its dead. What she finds out later is she is the only one that can see the body not the cops or anyone else. The escapades that happen in this book between the ghost and bailey at times were hilarious and some time you actually felt bad for her because they didn’t believe her. I thought the story had many fun twist and turns in it. As usual Ern McCarthy is an awesome writer. I have loved her writing and this book and series does not disappoint. I highly recommend reading this book. I have fallen for this character and her desire for the shy cop. Give it a chance it’s a good Romance with a twist of mystery. I provided this review after receiving an ARC from the Author.
XIaguan More than 1 year ago
This series is just fun and I am sad to see it end. Bailey is a fun character who has some crazy things happen to her. I will say she handles them better than I ever would! I love the by-play between her & Ryan & Jake. Jake is a wonderful cop who has the patience to deal with Bailey's craziness ;) And we love him even more for it! Fun series by the Always fabulous Erin McCarthy!
MartyPT More than 1 year ago
Fun fast read. Third book in the series I suspect is the final, to truly appreciate it you should read the previous books. Bailey's world was turned upside down with death of her friend Ryan, but he reappeared to her in the first book and thus began her seeing and talking to ghosts. In this installment, Bailey finds what she thinks is a dead guy at a house she is supposed to stage for selling and the adventure takes off from there. Marner is more prominent in this book, and we finally have romance with our murder mystery. Lots of humor, good fun, and all is not as it seems, even with the ghosts. Hopefully there might be a future story, or a novella around Bailey
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Received in exchange for a honest review. this is such a fun book and series. Bailey is a home stager who can see and talk to ghosts and in this one she is hounded by the man. I mean hounds her.Her snarky ghost BFF ryan is no where to be seen this time and now she really needs him. Too top it off with the cherry her and Jake are in a odd place are they or aren’t they together. Bailey is fun and quirky just like the book and Erin McCarthy’s writing. The imagination of the author for this series is amazing. This one has a little more twist in it and is more eccentric that the others in this series.The shenanigans she gets into here are hysterical. The schvitz and storage unit are just to name a few. Jake is a conundrum. He likes Bailey but is having a hard time with things. We do see him go out on the limb in this book. He is the one who tries to ground Bailey but isn’t having much luck. This is a fun light hearted quirky book as you go on a whodunit with a quirky Bailey, serious Jake and ghosts galore that has you thoroughly entertained and wanting more. I wonder where the series will go now after all that was revealed and can’t to find out.
Lashea677 More than 1 year ago
Once Upon a Ghost is as unique as Erin McCarthy. I'm still trying to figure her out as an author, but boy am I enjoying the experience. It takes a vivid imagination to come up with characters as eccentric as they are lovable. Where else would you find a designing ghost whisperer and her brand of over the top scenarios and haunting clients? Mysteries tend to get too serious and Ms. McCarthy delivers all the intrigue with a hint of light, crazy and fearless fun.